"Blackbird singing in the dead of night, take these broken wings and learn to fly. All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to arrive, you were only waiting for this moment to be free" - The Beatles
In 1960, Paul McCarthy, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, created a rock band in Liverpool named The Beatles, which without them knowing, would become the most successful and popular rock band in the 20th century. Popular enough that the group was the first group ever to perform at a sports arena because they needed a large enough space for all the people that bought the tickets. The Beatles became so powerful that contributed to a movement called “the British invasion”. Before The Beatles, all the musicians that made it into American were Americans. They were the first non-American group that made it to America, which opened the idea that out of America there could be better musicians or groups. It is safe to say that The Beatles made an immense influence in society and music, by changing the pattern, breaking the rules, and contributing to technological changes.
The Beatles not only changed how rock and roll was looked at, but also brought new ways to how music was heard, recorded, and performed. At the time, rock and roll was simple and meaningless, but the English group showed a different side of it. Before, rock and roll could only have guitars and drums, but The Beatles broke the rules by implementing strings and brass, while still keeping it rock. They were able to demonstrate that rock and roll could have a variety of sounds, structures, and harmonies. The Beatles created an innovative style of music that was a mix of rock and roll and pop with a taste of historic rhythm and blues. Regarding music recordings and soundtracks, The Beatles made a lot of contributions. The group was the first one to intentionally use sound of feedback, as well as reversing a recording, that nowadays the majority of musicians use it, and the public doesn’t realize it.
The Beatles contributed too many technological changes in music. Satellite broadcast wasn’t used or available to the public, but The Beatles managed to be the first group ever whose live performance “All You Need Is Love” was broadcasted worldwide—with an estimated worldwide audience of 350 million. The fab four, are also the ones to blame for creating musical videos, and in 1965, the first musical videos ever made and shown on television were "Paperback Writer" and "Rain" by The Beatles. George Harrison, one of the members of the fab four, contributed to the idea of performing for different causes, which made them the first group to do...